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Patrick Ogilvie

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Patrick Ogilvie (c1827- ), Civil Engineer, brother of Alexander and Robert Ogilvie, also well known in the railway engineering world.

c.1827 Born in Forfarshire

1851 Living at Fir Grove, Farnham, Surrey: Alexander Ogilvie (age 39 born Forfarshire, Scotland), Civil Engineer and Contractor. With his wife Margaret Ogilvie (age 28 born Penkdridge, Derbyshire) and their four children; Margaret Francis Ogilvie (age 8 born Long Ditton); Elizabeth Mary Ogilvie (age 2 born Guildford); Gordon Allwans Ogilvie (age 1 born Palgrave, Sfk.); Arthur G. Ogilvie (age 2 Months born Farnham). Also his brother Patrick Ogilvie (age 24 born Renfrew), Civil Engineer. Six servants.[1]

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  1. 1851 Census